||Aves; National Park area is a habitat for 118 species of birds, some of which are protected according to PP 7/1999 on the Preservation of Plants and Animals include: red jungle fowl (Gallus gallus), Java Eagle (Nisaetus bartelsi), Haliuastur indus, Falco mauccensis, Pavo muticus, Halcyon cyanopventris, Pericrocatus miniatus, Parus major, virgatus), hornbills (Buceros rhinoceros silvestris), boom snake eagle (Spilornis cheela bido), black srigunting (Dicrurus macrocercus), eagle bondol (Haliastur indus), and grouse living in Ranu Pani, Ranu Regulo, and Ranu Kumbolo.
Based on time-series inventory results in this area, there are at least 14 Javanese Eagles at Resort PTN in Block Bendolawang and Coban Trisula.
Mammals; There are 18 species of mammals within the park and 14 of them have high conservation value, among others: mongoose (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus), deer (Deer timorensis), long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis), deer (Muntiacus muntjak), Manis javanica, The Leopard of Java (Panthera pardus), Javan langurs (Trachypithecus auratus), Hystryx branchyura, Laricus sp.,, Leopards (Panthera pardus melas), ajag (Cuon alpinus javanicus), and Muntiacus muntjak. Of the several species mentioned above, Leopard and Javan langur became a priority species to be saved. In mid-2016, a trap camera mounted by the national park managed to capture a picture of a Panthera pardus with a location on Mount Kukusan, PTN Resort Coban Trisula, Section State II State, Region I State.
Javan langur is an endemic primate species of Java and Bali. Low reproductive rates and the absence of breeding seasons in this species cause a limited population. Trachypithecus auratus only has a single offspring, so damage to the habitat is feared will further lead to a decline in population. This type can be found in Block Ireng-Ireng and Coban Trisula. In 2006, the Java Lutung release by PPS (Wildlife Rescue Center) of Sewu Petung was 41 heads released at 14 point in Ireng-ireng Block
Reptile; Based on the results of the inventory, there are at least 11 species of reptiles in the area of national parks, among others: Snake Spoon Java or Snake Cobra Java (Naja sputatrix), Water Snake (Cerberus rynchops), Snake Ganduk Luwuk / Snake Green Tree (Cryptelytrops albolabris), Snake Land ( Agkistrodon rhodostoma), danBunglon (Bronchocela kuhlii).
Insecta; Based on the results of the inventory, there are at least 14 types of Insecta among them are: Butterfly (Delias aurantiaca), Butterfly (Appias lyncida), Blue-wing butterfly (Graphium sarpedon), Butterfly King (Papilio amphrysus), bow Orange butterfly (Papilio paris), and butterflies Large (triodes cuneifera).
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